Fertile Eggs | Birds
Temperature For Incubation
As a general rule, most parrot eggs are best incubated between 37.2°C and 37.5°C and at a humidity of approximately 56%.
We’ve been celebrating different Parrot species As February boasts Valentine’s Day and Love Your Pet Day we thought it was only right to celebrate the Lovebird in your life.
Our next Northern Parrots Lovebird Day is on February 15th.
To celebrate the day, we’ll be holding special offers on various Lovebird products so keep a look out for them on our social media pages.
Save over 20% on the Small Parrot Tropical Fruit NutriBerries, filled with 40 essential nutrients your bird needs. Were £8.99, now £6.99.
Buy two packs of the Kaytee Krunch-A-Round Treats for £5. They have a peanut covered in a tasty crispy rice coating.
The Small Parrot Toy Pack has been discounted even further to £24.99. It has seven toys to keep your Parrot entertained and healthy.
The Small Calcium Clam Perch is now just £4.99 (usual price £6.99). It contains important minerals and helps to exercise your Parrot's feet.
Finally the Small Perch Tent is perfect for your Parrot to snuggle up against and keep warm in. Was £9.99, now reduced to £7.99.
Our friends over at Feathered Friends are going to be celebrating this special day with us, so make sure you visit their page too for lots of different photographs and information about Lovebirds.
Products for Your Lovebird
If you are a Lovebird owner, then we’ve got everything you need for your feathered friend.
Ensure your Lovebird is enjoying a healthy diet by feeding them a variety of tasty nutritious
Complete food gives your Lovebird all the nutrition they need in a balanced diet. Mixed seed diets come in a wide range of choices, some are veterinary recommended, others have added fruits, veggies, nuts and more. .
Treats are a fun way to reward your Lovebird during training; or as a snack between meals; or to simply show how much you care. .
Breeding and handfeeding foods support your Lovebird parents and their chicks during this sensitive time in their lives.
We have lots of stimulating toys to keep your Lovebird entertained when you’re not around. Lovebirds, like many small Parrots enjoy making noise, let yours get to grips with some bells and music tolls
Adventurous Lovebirds enjoy exploring swings and climbing toys but all Lovebirds appreciate materials they can chew and shred making wood & rope toys plus more natural toys such as willow & palm toys, cardboard & paper and coconut & cactus toys a perfect match.
Reusable foraging and chewable foraging toys are great too, they keep your Lovebird mentally stimulated.
Ensure your Lovebirds stays fit and healthy and hopefully reduce trips to the vet with our Lovebird supplements.
A spacious cage to sleep, eat and play in is essential. There are lots of styles to choose (play top, solid top and open top) from but choose the biggest one you can afford to keep your Lovebird satisfied.
Finally there are lots of Lovebird accessories to enrich your smaller Parrot’s life with, such as perches, feeding dishes, hideaways and stands.
Facts about Lovebirds
As part of her Parrot species guides, Rosemary Low looked at Peach Faced Lovebirds in more detail.
Did you know for example that this species of Lovebird is extremely sociable and it’s best to keep more than one in the same aviary so they don’t become lonely?
Or that although male and female Peach Faced Lovebirds my look alike in their plumage, you can distinguish between them because when perched, the female Lovebird’s abdomen is a lot closer to the perch? Learn lots more interesting facts like this by reading Rosemary Low’s factsheet.
So there you have it, you now have lots of information to arm yourself with about Lovebirds as well as all the products they require to have the best life possible.
Happy Lovebird Day everyone.